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Tape head remains up on right tape recording side

The record and play buttons remain push down, or on,or Play/record position. Right side door will not engage/open. The head remains in play position/UP.

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  • Greg Ambrosini Mar 16, 2009

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The problem is with the mechanic, the gears are stack in Fwd/Rwd mode, where the heads stay inside.

You need to disassemble the deck to fix the problem, as this is purely mechanic.

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Hi, The buttons seems to be defective. Try replacing them.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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Try pressing stop button 3-4 times.also check if the buttons are jammed up.service the device if necessary.

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You need to disengage the unit and open the front panel. There's a rubber spring that is stuck, you need to re-align it.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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